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09 April 2003
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Bleak investment future with Labour victory
The Labour Party was in an upbeat mood yesterday as it looked ahead with optimism, in the belief that next Sunday will turn out to be a sure victory for them. READ MORE >>

When you’re voting ‘use your head, not your heart’, GRTU says
"Common sense is the logic that tells you what’s good for you and for the Maltese. The GRTU’s message is this: Use your head and not your heart." READ MORE >>

Media objects en masse to Alfred Sant’s hostility to press
The Malta Financial and Business Times has joined no less than 75 journalists, editors, columnists and media commentators from across Malta in condemning Opposition Leader Alfred Sant’s increasing hostility toward the media. READ MORE >>

Joe Borg confirms Lm9m additional EU funding
Foreign Minister Dr Joe Borg yesterday confirmed the extra Lm9 million (EUR20 million) that Malta is expected to receive should it join the EU is certain and will be adopted by the EU Commission in the coming days. READ MORE >>

A tale of two uncertainties
Finance Minister John Dalli speaks to DAVID LINDSAY about the issues of uncertainty affecting the Maltese economy at present. He also speaks about the Opposition’s two month tax holiday proposal, transparency at HSBC, the adjusting of tax ceilings and Malta’s future as a financial services centre in this wide-ranging interview

On the referendum and parastatal corporations
Economic Services Minister Josef Bonnici reflects on the result of the recently held referendum and finds that ‘it takes some cheek’ for Opposition leader Alfred Sant to instruct on democracy. He also outlines major developments at some of the corporations under his remit including the shipyards, Air Malta, Gozo Channel, utility rates at Enemalta and at the Water Services Corporation


Dalli announces tax credit on investment spending

Election Monitor
Economy figures in PN’s latest campaign upgrade

Leadership and efficiency: hallmarks of MLP’s final lap campaign

AD keeps up high profile campaign





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